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Conjugate verb English, Conjugator, Conjugation tables The Acronym Server: find and submit acronyms and meanings The origins of acronyms are a little unclear, but their widespread use in daily life is a relatively modern phenomenon and the result of growing literacy in the 19th and 20th centuries. In more restricted circumstances, however, they have been in use for thousands of years (both the Roman and Hebrew cultures used them). There is a shortage of good articles on the web about the history and development of acronyms: the best is probably at Wikipedia. There is also an unimaginable quantity of garbage put out by the ignorant, some of which is now rightly being exposed as Urban Myth (see example). Both Britain and North America seem to generate an unusual amount of completely spurious and fanciful meanings derived from novelty-hunting, which gain currency in semi-literate circles until they aquire the status of myth, and belief in them is as widespread as it is misplaced. About us In 1991 we moved the service to the web, although the email interface continued in parallel until 1996.

DIVII - English Dictionary Divii - English Video Dictionary has been developed by Subcommune, Inc - an US-based software development company operating from different parts of the world like India, South Korea, and others. The concept of Divii has been developed by Minkyu Koo, CEO and founder of Subcommune, Inc. The sole purpose of Divii is to resolve some of the core problems faced by English learners for a long time like non-availability of proper references and lack of time. The examples of words/phrases are always presented hypothetically, making life more difficult for people wanting to learn English as their second language. Learning English also requires attending classes or going abroad, which often turns out to be a massive expenditure for many people. And most importantly, students hardly have the time to sit with a conventional text dictionary and search word meanings from it. Our Mission The ultimate goal of Divii is not just to restrain itself as a mere dictionary app. About the CEO

DANTE | A lexical database for English Cinema of the United Kingdom The identity of the British industry, and its relationship with Hollywood, has been the subject of debate. The history of film production in Britain has often been affected by attempts to compete with the American industry. The career of the producer Alexander Korda was marked by this objective, the Rank Organisation attempted to do so in the 1940s, and Goldcrest in the 1980s. Numerous British-born directors, including Alfred Hitchcock and Ridley Scott,[14] and performers, such as Charlie Chaplin[15] and Cary Grant, have achieved success primarily through their work in the United States. In 2009 British films grossed around $2 billion worldwide and achieved a market share of around 7% globally and 17% in the United Kingdom.[16] UK box-office takings totalled £1.1 billion in 2012,[17] with 172.5 million admissions.[18] History[edit] Origins and silent films[edit] The first people to build and run a working 35 mm camera in Britain were Robert W. The early sound period[edit] The 1960s[edit]

Online Native American Picture Dictionaries (American Indian Animals) American Indian languages American Indian tribes What's new on our site today! Here are the picture dictionaries of we have completed so far (illustrated Native American animal words from more than a hundred different languages.) North American Indian Dictionaries Abenaki/Penobscot picture dictionary Achumawi picture dictionary Ahtna picture dictionary Alabama picture dictionary Aleut picture dictionary Algonquin picture dictionary Alutiiq picture dictionary Amuzgo picture dictionary Apache picture dictionary Arapaho picture dictionary Arikara picture dictionary Assiniboine picture dictionary Atakapa picture dictionary Atikamekw picture dictionary Atsugewi picture dictionary Babine picture dictionary Beaver picture dictionary Beothuk picture dictionary Biloxi picture dictionary Blackfoot picture dictionary Caddo picture dictionary Cahuilla picture dictionary Carrier picture dictionary Catawba picture dictionary Cayuga picture dictionary Chatino picture dictionary Cherokee picture dictionary Chocho picture dictionary

World Digital Library Home American Slang Dictionary A dictionary that explains commonly used American slang words can be a very useful resource for anyone interested in learning more about how language continues to evolve throughout the United States. YourDictionary includes definitions of the most common of these slang words and provides additional usage information in various slang articles. About Slang in Popular Culture Slang is defined as a casual type of language that is playful or trendy. It consists both of coined words and phrases and of new or extended meanings attached to established terms. Examples of common slang within the United States include: Since a number of slang terms make reference to sex, violence, drugs, or crime, the use of slang is often seen by many people as an indicator of the speaker’s lower social status. Regional Slang Words For example here are a few regional slang words highlighted by HuffingtonPost.com: Y'all (South and Texas) - a shorthand way to say "you all." Using Slang American Slang Dictionaries Online

Parisvoice - Home Page OneLook Reverse Dictionary <div id="needs_javascript"><center><b>Note: OneLook Thesaurus requires JavaScript.</b><br /><img src="/img/a.gif?q=omg_a_user_without_js"> If you have disabled JavaScript in your browser, please <a href=" it for this site</a> or use the <a href="/?w=entersearchhere&loc=revfp_legacy">old version of the reverse dictionary</a> here.</p><p></center><div> How do I use OneLook's thesaurus / reverse dictionary? This tool lets you describe a concept and get back a list of words and phrases related to that concept. What are some examples? What are patterns? I'm only looking for synonyms! For some kinds of searches only the first result or the first few results are likely to be useful. Filters Your search can be refined in various ways using the filters that appear in the "Filter by..." menu on the results page. How does it work? Other ways to access this service: Is this available in any language other than English? OneLook is a service of Datamuse.

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